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Hancock: Police can enforce face covering rules

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Hancock: Police can enforce face covering rules

Hancock: Police can enforce face covering rules

Health secretary Matt Hancock has given police the power to enforce the decision to make face coverings mandatory in shops.

The new rules will come into force from 24th July.

Report by Browna.

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